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January 07, 1927 - Image 7

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(B Associated Pre.")
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Janl..-Dr.
Clarenci WA. Spears, reticeut head
coach, mnade a speech, and Herb Joest-
ing, ha-Ahful All-American fullback, re-
inained for the dance, so the testi-
mcnial banquet and ball given by!
Minneapolis citizens for the Minneso-
ta football team last night was voted a
_ Dr. .Spears, in his first pbi p
pearance since his recent major 'op-
eration, spoke on his far famed shift
and on what lhe termed the constant,
drain on the offensive features of the
game as engineered by the football
rules committee.J
As for Joesting, the backfield ace
sat at the head table with other nota-!
bles,'local and state, for four tortuous
hours, and then stood end bowed
through numerous introductions. He
then surprised everyone by appearing
promptly in the ballroom.
"It ,has always been take away,
take away," was Coach Spears' lament.
"In fact, since I have been connected
with football nothing has been added
to th~e offense of the game. They have
taken away such attractive features
as the on-side kick and the flying end,
both matters of offense. They spiked
a spectacular play when they amend-
ed the rules concerning the catching
of. bunts, and last year they curbed
the forward pass. Now it is the shift."
He charged politics' with having!
caused the greatest harm-in trying to
alter the game.

PROMISING STARN nvriyO oaWl pnLretFedHueI O
c ni e si y fIo a W il p n ar e t i ld H o eIn .THSThe Country O n January 12, 13, 14, W ith Three Events! ita HISiv"
Ambitious dledication ceremonies one item hem" (6,~0 tons of structural uie j1,1-laps to the mile and will have AT 3 PAM. A.DXV E'r. ISTNG- IA S p,,r!

exteuiG nd over three days wl mark ,steel. ! I 00yr straightaway hnefied
the formal opening of the University [A. novel_ feature of the Iowa field ' side. Space is" contained in thfel
of Iowa's new field house which will house lies in its division into four huefregttni ors ocr________________________
field, a baseball diamond, and a foot- ?LS
,;:":le the largest indoor arena in the parts, including a gymnasium and ball___field___of__standa________ime__sio__
world housing amnateuir athletics.! sWI1Iviming;1)001 as well as office and Provision for a new swimming pool! LOST-6 months old police dlog, grey
' 3 Among the athletic events carded for' basketball space and a cinder track, in the south part of the building points with white breast. No collar. Call
t he .Ian. 12, 13, andl 14 program are1 The front part of the structure will to a greater growth of the tank sport 3755. Reward.
~ a swimming meet with Illinois, a be given over to offices and an exhibi-' which has so far been stunted. The
Ewrestling meet against Wisconsin, tion hall. Iowa's athletic trophies pool will be 150 feet long and 60 feet LOST-Kappa Kappa Gamma key.
an+ h aktalgm ihMc-ad tesrd psesos-lvn wide an~d it is estimated that 250 men ;Ileward. Elliott Bell 7117. 71-72-73
igan which has been moved forward culps, shields, plaques, and baseballs may be in the water at the same time.I
one day because of the festivities. In and footballs of form~er gc"-es will1 be Spectators will be accommodated in LOST-Theta Chi fraternity pin, dia-
addition to these, the varsity "I'" will; displayed in a hall 240 feet ill length, a double deck of seats seating 3,500. mond shaped, pearl set. Initials on
'be awarded to a number of former 30 feet wide, and 18 feet high extend- I This pool is to be the site of the 1927! back. Call Black, 7365. 73-74-75
:;. I-awkeye athletes who competed be-? ing across the front of the field house. national collegiate 'swimming meet.
fore letters were awarded. Two stories above this will be given The erection of the structure was LOST-In Anne Arbor, black leather
- ~The new field house has been erect- over to offices and class rooms. t approved Oct. 16, 1925, by the Iowa t raveling bag, Dec. 17. Contained
e d at a cost inl. excess of $500,000 and In the center of the building liesI State Board of Education authorizing bovks, strong box and clothing.
wil inlud failiiesforalmstall ; the field house proper which provides~ the Athletic council to proceed at once Locked. Reward. GEO. T1. FRUITT,
IVceoy kinds of indoor athletics as well as i for the seating of 12,000 people in aj with the construction. w 93Geds ia 77I7-47
basketball center,; furnishing practice courts for later! trip~le deck of seats at Iowa basket-
outdoor competition. The structure is! ball games. This will be ready for LOS ANGELES.-Bill Spaulding ofLST omweebtenMcia .
to star tomorrow 464 feet, long and 430 feet wide andj some of the- 1927gae.Asintsth UivrtyoCliri, South- Cenitral Station and Liberty street,
Gophers at Minne-f has an average height of 60 feet. center space will be constructed the Iern branch, was elected president of a light brown traveling bag and
Coy's first year as at A staggering amount of material largest indoor running track in the ! the Pacific coast section of the Nation- contents. Reward. Dial 7669. V.
in. has gone into this giant field house, country. The cinder oval will meas- lal Football Coaches association. MOA.,~7.7
LOST-'Wednesday, a brown bill fold!

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TANTDThree room Ka pa',' , w ' l.y
three seniors. North side of vi
Call Todd-Varnum-Schnazll 2201).
S.aii pays from ,$4 to) for oldt
suits and overcoaafts.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
jNOTICE-Satisfaction guar'anted (,!(I
jall our printing and developing. 241
hour service. Swift's Drug Stor,
340 1S. State. wed-fri-sun
EAT H-orne Cooked M\eals. Prices very.
reasonable. Under new manage-
ment, single meals or by the week.
Try ours at 1333 Washtenaw. Phone
21980. 73-74-75

New Wolverine
who is expected
niight against the
apolis. This is Me{
member of the tea'

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a little more because he
doesn't dare to pay a little




Well tailored clothes

are safeinvestments."0
Aflbert Gansle
118 East Washingtoni St.
46econd Floor

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Your choice of every
Suit in the Stare
Values to $630
To insure quick clearanice, we
sacrificed all profits . and lit
iilost cases much less than
wholesale cost. All those who
have bought clothes here for
past .years realize' the -values
we fire offering.
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and priced to insure quick
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FOR RENT-Man and wife can have
Svery nice apartment by taking care
tof house for' half rent. Box 148.
FOR SALE-Late style Tuxedo. Looks
like new. Call at 1308 GeddeN.
One of those easy riding, light upkeep
Franklin, closed cars. A-i condi-
tion. New paint and A-1 tires and
battery. Dial 8950 or evenings 5267,
for demonstration. tf
WANT'ED TO RENT-Small furnished.
apartment, to be occupied about
February 15 by University instructor!
and wife. Address Box 147, Mich.
SDaily. 73-74
WANTED-Theses to type. Reason-
able prices. Call M. V. Hartsuff,
9387. 73-74-75
"4WANTED-Room or suite by man stu-
dent, near campus for next semnes-
ter. Private house. Box 146. 73

' containing check, sumr of money and
license cards. Finder please notify
1P. MOLINAN, phone 4339. 73-74-75
LOST-One black leather note book
jand, a copy of Gulliver's Travels in
Literary Building. Kindly call R.
HELMS, Dial 8117. 73-74-75
LOST- Black leather note-book con-
taining Public Health and X-ray
notes. Please call Schaiberger.
phone 3412. 73

NOTICE-We repair all m~usical in-
strumnents at Schaeherle and Son
Music House. tf
NOTICE-Complete line of Radios,
and Loud Speakers. Authorized
Radiola dealer. Schacerle and
Son Music llouse, 110 So. Main St.
NOTICE-Pianos and Victrolas foil
rent. Schaeblerle and Son Musici
I.House, 110 So. Main St. tf\
1Seventeen jewel, Bulova Wrist
Watch, square model. Only $25.00.
The Watch Shop 1121 S. Univ. tf
NOTICE-;-Student Tailor Shop, 721 N.
University, across from Hill Audi-
torium. Re-opened under new
management. Cleaning, pressin-
and altering. Ladies' work especi-
ally. Phone 8040. c-tf

NOTICE- Have room for two regular
boarders at our table. Dial 8632 or
call at 435 Thompson. 73-74-75
GARAkGE for rent for, small car. 425
ISouth Division.. 73-74-75

LOST-Loose-leaf 'notebook last day
before vacation in Law Building.
"D. C. Yokes" on cover. Call Lawj
club H-33. 73-74
LOST-6 months old police dog, grey
1with white vieast.. No colar. call
8758, reward. 73-74

onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety oif patterns. IZeJ>ai1ing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
109 E. Washington
Phone 50O9
c wed.-K'ral.-Sat.
D)ANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
b ora. 5 miles out Broadway on
nlew Plynnouth paved road. fri-sat-4tf
BEACIIEtR.'S Leatier CGoods-Stand
hand wear and service. City 1"harin,
NOTICE--Freshman desires room
mate, second semester. Call 5463.
NOTICE-Freshmnan desires room
mate, second semester. Call 5462.

WANTED-Instructor wishes to rent
room in private home. Box 145,
Mich. Daily. 73-74-75
WANTED-Dressmaking, general and .
altering. Call Miss Eisele, 509
Thompson. Phone 22340. 73-74.

Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tf
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tt





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These are :gar regular high priced mod-
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in the latest styles. The suits are in
the latest patterns and colors and he
coats are long and well tailored.
Take advantage of this opportunity to
get a high priced suit or overcoat at a
greatly reduced price.






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